Monday, March 28, 2016

2016 in film (Part II)

Definitely not as strong as my previous 10, there are still a few strong movies here. These are the next 10 movies I've seen from 2016.

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10. Pee Wee's Big Holiday
Directed by John Lee

Sunday, March 20, 2016

2016 in film (Part I)

As the year progresses, I will be making sectional countdown lists chronicling the films from this year that I have seen in groups of 10. This small list is a countdown of the first 10 films I've seen from 2016, whereas part 2 will be made up of the next 10 that I've seen, and so on. Complete with my mini letterboxd reviews!

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10. The Boy
Directed by William Brent Bell

Friday, March 18, 2016

Top 10 Performances by Tim Curry

Tim Curry is without a doubt one of the most entertaining, diverse, and addictively watchable actors of all time. He approaches every role with energy and that is obvious with every performance you will see on this list. Some of these are voice performances, some are TV roles, and others are from film. You'll see that for yourself. And now I just want to add that I usually try to avoid putting TV shows on my lists, because I don't think it fits as well putting a 200-hour performance onto a list with performances in a 2-hour movie, simple as that. However, some actors have those career-defining performances on television that simply cannot be ignored. Okay, now that you know what is gonna be on the list, I guess it's time to just show you the list. Enjoy.

10. Ferngully: The Last Rainforest [1992]

Friday, March 11, 2016

Top 10 Performances by Ian McKellen

This is a tricky list for me, because McKellen is one of those actors who seems like he's been around forever and done everything, but is mostly just known for 2 performances which span a total of 10 films. So, for these redundant performances, I will only be including one from each series - the one that stands out most to me as his best performance as that character. Additionally, he is also,very well-known for his Shakespearian acting, but I can honestly say I don't have much of an interest in those adaptations, as unfair as that may seem. So don't expect to see any on this list. Okay, disclaimers aside, now it's time for the list.

10. The Da Vinci Code [2006]

Monday, March 7, 2016

Top 10 Performances by Christopher Lloyd

There comes a time in every man's life where he realizes that, despite his desire to host a podcast, he might not be well-suited to it. It's nothing to be ashamed of, and maybe it's just not the right time for it, but regardless, I have decided that it is just not something I will be attempting to force myself into working on just yet. I may post a few every now and then but it's not something I will be doing for cereal. Now, I still plan on writing some. That's what I'm doing now! So here is my next top 10 performances list: Christopher Lloyd.

10. Clue: The Movie [1985]